DK Matai is an engineer turned serial entrepreneur, value investor and philanthropist with a keen interest in the well being of global society. DK founded Quantum Innovation Labs in 2014 to focus on investments in emerging Quantum Technologies 2.0 or QT2. He also founded mi2g in 1995, the global risk specialists, in London, UK, whilst developing simulations for his PhD at Imperial College. DK helped found ATCA 5000 - The Asymmetric Threats Contingency Alliance - in 2001, a philanthropic expert initiative to address complex global challenges through Socratic dialogue and joint executive action to build a wisdom based global economy.
Authority – DK is an authority on countering complex global threats; strategic risk management & visualisation; contingency planning; Information Operations (IO); electronic defence; biometric authentication; secure payment systems and Open Source hardened kernel solutions. He is an invited contributor to defence and global security analysis in the UK, USA, EU, Canada, Switzerland, Japan and India. mi2g intelligence has been cited by several government agencies in the UK, US and UN agencies in New York & Geneva.
Philanthropy – DK co-founded The Philanthropia in 2005 - to include the Trinity Club, Syndicates and Ethical Investment Funds - with 1,000 leading philanthropists, family offices, foundations, private banks, NGOs and specialist advisors to resolve complex global challenges through collaborative & sustained efforts. DK's other voluntary interests are Sant Bani (Voice of Saints), a culturally diverse fellowship dedicated to the unity of humankind; World Future Council's Board of Advisors and Donors; The Shirley Foundation; Oxford Internet Institute at University of Oxford; Tomorrow's Company and The Trinity Forum, where he advises on a pro bono basis.